A major trade that was made on Wednesday could end up altering the landscape of the Western Conference, and the king of the East took note.
The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to trade Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets, but Chandler Parsons knows a way Paul’s former teammates can prevent him from joining his new ones.
It’s logical to think that the Chris Paul trade may be the first move in the breakup of the Los Angeles Clippers, but that may not necessarily be the case.
Chris Paul is reportedly set to become a member of the Houston Rockets, but not in the way most envisioned it happening.
Chris Paul will be a man in demand this summer, and the Houston Rockets are the latest team vying for his services.
ESPN NBA Insider Chris Haynes appeared on Sportscenter Saturday night and said there is a “serious chance” the Houston Rockets could land Chris Paul in free agency.
After a successful first term, Chris Paul has been re-elected to serve as the President of the NBA Player’s Association.
It is difficult to imagine Chris Paul taking roughly $50 million less on his next contract by leaving the Los Angeles Clippers, but there is a growing sense of belief that he is giving serious consid